Week two of the high school football season kicked off Friday night. Join Alex Wiebel and Matt Gasper for a complete recap.
The high school football season kicked off with a bang. Check out the highlights from week one on the gridiron.
Cair Paravel captured a state championship last season and aim for a repeat in KCAA's 8-man league.
The Topeka West Chargers hung on in their season-opener against Wyandotte.
Defending state champion Centralia enters Class 3A this year but expectations remain high for the Panthers.
Seaman football faces its same district opponents as last season and the Vikings look for another playoff berth.
The Hayden Wildcats enter Class 4A Division I and face a new set of district opponents.
The Topeka High Trojans expect to make it to the playoffs once again in Class 6A.
Washburn Rural begins its quest of making the postseason after missing out in 2013.
The Shawnee Heights Thunderbirds are aiming for more than just another playoff appearance in their 2014 football season.
The Topeka West Chargers are anxious to begin their 2014 season on Thursday September 4 against Wyandotte
The Junction City Blue Jays will try to string together another solid year in the Centennial League for the 2014 season.
The Manhattan Indians will look to have another strong performance in the Centennial League in 2014.
The Highland Park Scots are searching for their first win on the varsity level since 2012 as they begin their 2014 football season on Friday…
The Emporia Spartans are locked and loaded with a new head coach as they begin their 2014 football season on September 5.
The Santa Fe Trail Chargers enter a new league this season with new expectations.
Hiawatha football prepares for another trip to the postseason in Class 3A.
Nemaha Central begins its inaugural season on the gridiron this year.
The Sabetha Bluejays look to continue their run of making it to the postseason.
Riverside begins its first season in the Big Seven League.